Welsh Vine Trail

ABOUT

Did you know?

  • The Romans and French monks are said to have introduced wine to Britain, but Lord Bute, a wealthy and enthusiastic Scottish industrialist, is credited with planting Wales’ first commercial vineyard at Castell Coch, north of Cardiff in 1875.
  • Parva was served at the European Summit meeting when Britain held the Presidency.
  • More than 20 different grape varieties are grown in vineyards across Wales.